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Deduction after WPBP Split

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Deduction of PASI after WPBP split

PASI Deduction is 8 % of Basic Sal

BAsic = 100 (WT is 9BAS)

So PASI = 8 (WT - 9PAS)

Aftr Sallary change in 11th of Feb (28 days)

BAsic = 200

PASI = (8% of Old sal + 8% of new sal)

So WPBP Split is till 11/02/2011 is 100

&

from 11/02/2011 it should be 200

So system need to prorate the PASI as per WPBP Split , how w e can manage this ..

I kept the below PCr after Gactoring , but teh amount of PASI is just doubling , we need prorated PASI from old salary & new salalry

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ZPASI Personnel Calculation Rule for PASI

*

****

WGTYP? Query wage type

****

ADDWT * OT Output table

9BAS

OUTWPPERSG EE group in v.key

O

ADDWT&ART VAR Variable table

AMT*8 Multiplication

AMT/100 Division

AMT*1- Multiplication

ADDWT 9PAS OT Output table

PRINT Print table entries

AMT= 9BAS Set

ADDWT * OT Output table

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RJ

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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2011 at 07:27 AM

    is ur issue is related to Second Split 200 , Can u be some more clear on this

    And also can u try by just removeing lines AMT= 9BAS Set

    ADDWT * OT Output table

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    • ZPASI Personnel Calculation Rule for PASI

      *

      ****

      WGTYP? Query wage type

      ****

      ADDWT * OT Output table

      9BAS

      OUTWPPERSG EE group in v.key

      O

      *ELIMI *

      *ADDWT&ART VAR Variable table

      AMT*8 Multiplication

      AMT/100 Division

      AMT*1- Multiplication

      ADDWT 9PAS OT Output table

      PRINT Print table entries

      AMT= 9BAS Set

      ADDWT * OT Output table

      =============================================================

      use ELIMI * in the PCR , have you tried

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